„Feelings are images, sensations are like musical sounds.“

—  Anaïs Nin, Context: We don't have a language for the senses. Feelings are images, sensations are like musical sounds. February, 1932<!-- p. 51 -->
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„The Conscious mind is a maelstrom of fleeting thoughts, images, sensations, feelings, conflicting desires, and doubts“

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„Love is not a feeling; it's a sensation. Drinking water when you're thirsty is a sensation, not a feeling. Being in nature or swimming in the sea is a sensation, not a feeling.“

—  Barry Long Australian spiritual teacher and writer 1926 - 2003
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„Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage.“

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„[In] painting…all sensations are condensed, everyone…with a single glance [has] his soul invaded by the most profound recollections…everything is summed up in one instant. Like music, it acts on the soul through the intermediary of the senses: harmonious colors correspond to the harmonies of sound.“

—  Paul Gauguin French Post-Impressionist artist 1848 - 1903
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„I am not asking for sensational revelations, but I would like to sense the meaning of that minute, to feel it's urgency…“

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„Music has no subject beyond the combinations of notes we hear, for music speaks not only by means of sounds, it speaks nothing but sound.“

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